na4
(phonetic na); used esp. in female names such as Anna 安娜 or Diana 黛安娜

nuo2
elegant; graceful

strokes 9
radical
strokes after radical 7
阿丽亚娜 阿麗亞娜 a1 li4 ya4 na4
Ariane (name); Ariane European space launch vehicle

埃琳娜 埃琳娜 ai1 lin2 na4
Elena (name)

安娜 安娜 an1 na4
Anna (name)

安娜·卡列尼娜 安娜·卡列尼娜 an1 na4 - ka3 lie4 ni2 na4
Anna Karenina, novel by Leo Tolstoy 列夫·托爾斯泰|列夫·托尔斯泰

奥西娜斯 奧西娜斯 ao4 xi1 nuo2 si1
Oceanus, Titan God of the seas before Poseidon

贝娜齐尔·布托 貝娜齊爾·布托 bei4 na4 qi2 er3 - bu4 tuo1
Benazir Bhutto (1953-2007), Pakistani politician, daughter of executed former prime minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and herself prime minister 1993-1996, murdered by Al Qaeda

戴安娜 戴安娜 dai4 an1 na4
Diana (name)

黛安娜 黛安娜 dai4 an1 na4
Diana (goddess in Roman mythology)

戴安娜王妃 戴安娜王妃 dai4 an1 na4 wang2 fei1
Diana, Princess of Wales (1961-1997)

婀娜 婀娜 e1 nuo2
(of a woman's bearing) graceful; elegant; lithe

卡洛娜 卡洛娜 ka3 luo4 na4
calzone (Italian pocket), folded pizza

科罗娜 科羅娜 ke1 luo2 na4
Corona (beer)

拉尼娜 拉尼娜 la1 ni2 na4
La Niña, equatorial climatic variation over the Eastern Pacific, as opposed to El Niño 厄爾尼諾|厄尔尼诺

蕾哈娜 蕾哈娜 lei3 ha1 na4
Rihanna (1988-), Barbadian pop singer

丽佳娜 麗佳娜 li2 jia1 na4
Regina (name)

李娜 李娜 li3 na4
Li Na (1982-), Chinese tennis player, first Asian player to win a Grand Slam singles title (2011 French Open women's singles)

李云娜 李雲娜 li3 yun2 na4
Euna Lee (phonetic transcription), US woman journalist imprisoned as spy by North Korea in 2009; also written 李誠恩|李诚恩

麦当娜 麥當娜 mai4 dang1 na4
Madonna (1958-), US pop singer

蒙娜丽莎 蒙娜麗莎 meng2 na4 li4 sha1
Mona Lisa

娜娜 娜娜 na4 na4
Nana (name); Nana (1880 novel by Émile Zola); Nana (Japanese manga series)

娜塔莉 娜塔莉 na4 ta3 li4
Natalie (name)

袅娜 裊娜 niao3 nuo2
slim and graceful

赛德娜 賽德娜 sai4 de2 na4
Sedna, small body in the outer reaches of the solar system

雅典娜 雅典娜 ya3 dian3 na4
Athena

亚利安娜 亞利安娜 ya4 li4 an1 na4
Ariane (French space rocket)

耶莱娜·扬科维奇 耶萊娜·揚科維奇 ye2 lai2 nuo2 - yang2 ke1 wei2 qi2
Jelena Jankovic (1985-), Serbian tennis player

叶卡捷琳娜 葉卡捷琳娜 ye4 ka3 jie2 lin2 na4
Yekaterina or Ekaterina (name); Catherine the Great or Catherine the Second (1684-1727), Empress of Russia

叶卡特琳娜堡 葉卡特琳娜堡 ye4 ka3 te4 lin2 na4 bao3
Ekaterinaburg or Ekaterinburg (formerly Sverdlovsk), Russian town on the Ural mountains

姿态婀娜 姿態婀娜 zi1 tai4 e1 nuo2
to have an elegant countenance (idiom)